To protect the rights of worker in occupational accidents, strengthen the prevention of occupational accidents, and promote job safety and economic development, the Occupation Incidents Labor Protection Act was implemented in 2002. At the same time, the Occupation Incidents Protection Fund was established to provide supplementary protection for the workers that had occupational accident in addition to the Labor Standards Act and Labor Insurance Act. Workers are covered regardless of one’s Labor Insurance participation. Subsidies are offered to business entities employing staff that had occupational accident and providing supporting facilities, and entities organizing the occupational accident prevention and the said workers’ career restructuring programs.
- From：Planning and Audit Division
- Last Update Date：2020-10-21
- Hit Rate：824